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and marijuana in general nee to be discussed on a national level because significant impact on the economy read from an honest discussion about what medical marijuana can do for the economy. it is healing all the way around. not just for businesses, but for taxes and everybody else. melissa: back to surgery or whatever it is you're doing, thank you very much. >> thank you melissa: he may be new to politics they knows a lot about the world profession. a brothel owner turned county commissioner. bui bet you can guess what state that is in. at the end of the day it is all about "money." melissa: so here's something you don't hear eveday. a brothel owner is the new politician. he is the owner of the famous mustang ranch outside of reno and recently elected story county commissioner with an overwhelming 62% of the vote. the coniferous brothel owner to be elected to public office since prostitution was legalized in 1971. joining me now in a fox business exclusive. thank you so much for coming on the show. we want to acknowledge or accomplished businessman, you have a lot of different businesses, smal
heart from nees from so and according to the law you can leave your pants off there, as well, if you choose, but that law may be about to change. coming up, the battle of whether people should be able to go nude in public in san francisco. >> all right. giuliana and bill rancic will be here, plus the legendary willie nelson out with a new book. it may have the greatest title of all time called "roll me up and smoke me when i die." >> i always like charles barkley's title of his book, "i may be wrong, but i doubt it." good title, too. >> more about that book coming up. >>> we want to begin with the teenager in pennsylvania who suffers from a rare condition that can cause her to sleep for days, weeks, even months at a time. we'll meet this young lady in a moment but first next's andrea canning is here with her story. andrea, good morning to her. >> reporter: good morning. it's called the sleeping beauty syndrome, so rare that only 1,000 people in the united states suffer from it, and while a lot of sleep-debriefed people might think it would be great to get extra rest, this has been no
? is it location or perhaps the chef or maybe it's the food? for chef peter mcnee, it's the smallest ingredient that makes the biggest difference for him, fresh herbs. they're not just for garnish anymore. they're what he depends on for ultimate success. almost from the beginning of time, man has depended on fresh herbs for a variety of uses. did you know rosemary was a symbol of fidelity for the ancient greeks? and during world war ii, branches of rosemary were actually burned to keep germs from wounded soldiers. today, herbs still have a variety of uses and here in california, most of them get their start here. located in the coastal community of pescadero is jacobs farm. founded in 1980 by larry jacobs, the farm, along with the industry of growing fresh herbs, has seen tremendous growth in recent years. >> we started with one row of tarragon for a company in a san francisco market, greenleaf produce. >> and the market has just gone through the roof. >> jacobs farm has grown to become the largest organic herb grower in the country and has a complete line of herbs from the most popular--rosema
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